Metra Home Theater Group has literally expanded its Ethereal High Definition (EHD) cable line at 2013 CES. The company is now making longer 8 to 25 meter cables, which keep the same engineering principles that allow the shorter cables to contain data accelerators, while remaining thinner than traditional cables.
Sanus brought a number of new products to CEDIA, ranging from luxurious high-end furniture to functional iPad mounting solutions.The new premium Sanus Alabaster Collection of hardwood, handcrafted AV furniture is a new addition, and should be available at the end of October or in November. Each is pre-assembled and features a built-in six-outlet power strip,…
At CEDIA Expo 2012, Crimson AV President and mount expert, Vlad Gleyzer, showed off highlights of the company's more than 200 SKUs. New products included solutions for large venues, setups with multiple displays, and tilting mounts.
Atlona is making moves to standardize the look, feel, and navigation of its integration solutions, with many products on display at CEDIA Expo.
Energy Squad, which presented itself at CEDIA Expo as the industry's first green distributor, has officially named Wayne Ortner as Sales Manager.
At CEDIA Expo, Panamax, of the newly formed Core Brands group, explained their new offerings and updates.
Panamax brought a refresh of the MR line of power management solutions while dropping the price on some units.
"Own the network, own the home" was the tagline for CEDIA Expo 2012, and this year it certainly was all about the network.
The phrase most heard at the show may have been "This will save installers time and money."
AVocation Systems stressed reliability at CEDIA Expo. The made-in-USA quality high quality new Mountain Series matrixes allow users to send a single signal to many zones, providing a powerful, yet affordable solution for complicated residential installations.
At CEDIA Expo, Metra introduced a brand new HDMI cable to blow others away. The new EHD cable from Metra is available from one to five meters in length and is only three millimeters thick, making it even thinner than an iPhone cord.
SurgeX was at CEDIA Expo introducing the Axess line of IP addressable surge protection products to the residential market, and even went as far as blowing up electronics to prove that their products work.
At CEDIA Expo, Bedrock Learning showed off its new series of online training courses with Gail Kasper, while BlueVolt displayed its new app.
At IFA 2012 in Berlin, Panasonic placed the emphasis on the future of smart living, as it highlighted it's environmental leadership, and new connected TVs, cameras, and appliances.
IFA 2012 kicked off in Berlin, just a week after the city officially declared its commitment and support for the technology industry. It is fitting that IFA is thriving in one of the most financially successful cities in the world today. Booming business is evident all around in the construction at seemingly every corner.
At the CES press conference, VOXX subsidiaries RCA and Acoustic Research showed off new home products.
Metropolitan Acoustics brought members of the AV community together in Philadelphia as part of InfoComm's AV Week festivities. The event was called Designing for 2030: an Integrated Building Technology Seminar and Exposition